Here some recent notable developments at the World Trade Organization.
The EU, the US and other major fisheries nations will face a special burden of proof to demonstrate that the subsidies they provide to the fishing sector do not contribute to overcapacity or overfishing. US-proposed forced labour provisions are also included.
The latest on olives and fish in Geneva….
Here some of the latest news out of WTO headquarters in Geneva.
A curation of recent developments at the WTO, featuring the e-commerce JSI, China’s ratification of the fish subsidies agreement and Irish alcohol labelling rules.
The wheels of negotiations at the WTO are slowly but steadily churning….
It’s been a busy week in Geneva!
Here a roundup of notable developments at WTO headquarters in Geneva this week.
This week was a lot about putting up a public show, with Botswana’s president Mokgweetsi Masisi giving the second Presidential Lecture at WTO headquarters and director-general Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala playing star at an event co-organised with the global football federation FIFA on ‘Making Trade Score For Women’. In the quieter nooks …
A look back at a week dominated by a fierce internal EU fight over imports of agricultural products from Ukraine. By Rob Francis and Iana Dreyer.